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Self-Drive Ski Holidays

We offer self-drive options with all of our holidays and driving to the Alps is not as far as you might think. It’s also a great way to experience France and see some sights on route, avoid the airports and travel mask free with your friends. By using the Eurotunnel, you can get from your home to your ski accommodation without being in contact with a single person.

At a Glance

  • Travel mask-free in your bubble
  • Self-drive to the Alps in about 8 hours
  • Save £200 to £400 p/pers (offer ends soon)
  • Bring as much luggage as you like
  • Free parking in resort
  • The flexibility of a car in resort
  • Travel at your own timetable
  • Stay an extra day in resort

Greater flexibility & super savings

Self drive and save £200 to £400 per person (in line with current offers). Driving to the Alps is a pleasant experience  and avoids the airport congestion, the madness of changeover day of course you can bring as much luggage as you like! 

We don’t think that you really need a car in the resort, but having one gives you greater flexibility and to arrive and depart on your own timetable. You can even benefit from an extra day in resort with a well timed self drive and an extra night in a hotel..

 

TIPS ON DRIVING TO THE ALPS

Try a Private Chalet

We have a range of catered chalets which can be booked privately for groups of 6 to 16 persons.

Our beautiful range of chalets come fully equipped for your week away, with a chalet host to cook and clean (following our rigorous new Covid-catering policies) and an Alpine Elements Rep to help you with ski extras and lessons

 

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Driving to the Alps 

Driving through France is a comfortable journey with lots to see and do along the way. It’s not a difficult drive - about 8 hours on the French side - and easy on young travellers with touristy sights and stops along the way. 

Continental motorways are fast and traffic free. Fuel is well priced and there’s plenty of service stations with rest areas and play parks for kids to blow off some steam. The tolls are about €60 in total, but if you aren’t in a rush then take the N-roads - this way you’ll avoid the tolls and see some stunning countryside.

Once in resort, all our properties have ample parking onsite, or very close by and are generally free of charge, or very low cost.

 

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In the resort

Tignes, Val D’Isere, La Plagne

The upper Tarantaise valley is a popular destination for UK self drives. All our resorts are easy to get to, and for Tignes, Val D’Isere and la Plagne it takes about 9 hours from Calais. These resorts lend themselves well to driving, with no restrictions in resort.

Morzine

For Morzine, Les Gets it is an 8 hour drive-time from Calais. Parking is free-and-easy in all our properties and the resort lends itself well to drivers with no restrictions in resort.

 

Meribel, Courchevel - La Tania

The mid-Tarantaise resorts are also very popular for UK self drives. All our resorts are easy to get to, and lend themselves well to driving, with no restrictions. We offer free parking at all our properties and free secure parking at hotel Montana, (please pre book).

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